Azure containers refer to the containerization technology and services offered by Microsoft Azure, a cloud computing platform. Containers are a lightweight and portable way to package and deploy software applications, along with their dependencies and configurations, in a self-contained and isolated environment.
Azure provides several services for working with containers, including:
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS): a fully managed Kubernetes service that simplifies the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications in the cloud.
Azure Container Registry (ACR): a managed registry for storing and managing Docker container images, which can be used for deploying applications in AKS or other container environments.
Azure Container Instances (ACI): a service that enables the creation and management of containers in Azure without requiring any infrastructure setup, making it easy to run containers as individual workloads.
Azure Service Fabric: a distributed systems platform that supports microservices and containers, providing a scalable and reliable environment for deploying and managing applications.
By using Azure containers, developers can build and deploy applications more quickly and easily, while also improving scalability, portability, and security.
TCS Fresco Play offers courses related to Azure containers, which are a popular way to deploy and manage applications in the cloud. Here are some examples of courses related to Azure containers on TCS Fresco Play:
Introduction to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
This course provides an introduction to AKS, which is a fully managed Kubernetes service in Azure. It covers the basics of container orchestration and how AKS can be used to deploy and manage containerized applications in the cloud.
Azure Container Registry (ACR) Essentials
This course provides an introduction to ACR, which is a managed registry for storing and managing Docker container images. It covers the basics of container image management and how ACR can be used to store, manage, and deploy container images in Azure.
Deploying Containers with Azure DevOps
This course covers how containers can be deployed using Azure DevOps, which is a cloud-based service for continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD). It covers the basics of DevOps and how it can be used to automate the deployment of containerized applications.
Managing Containers in Azure
This course provides an overview of how to manage containers in Azure, including topics such as container monitoring, scaling, and security. It covers the tools and services available in Azure for managing containers, such as Azure Container Instances (ACI) and Azure Monitor.
Containerizing Applications with Azure
This course covers how to containerize applications using Azure tools and services, such as Docker and Kubernetes. It covers the basics of containerization, how to create Docker images, and how to deploy and manage containerized applications in Azure.
These courses are designed to help employees learn the skills and knowledge necessary to work with Azure containers and related technologies, and are tailored to different levels of experience and expertise.